Our first guest episode reviewer is Rap541. All opinions and statements made belong solely to the person making them (Rap541).
Written by Rap541
So Amy starts by helping Zach make food. It seems to be some ort of chili mac. Bleh… I feel sad for the kids who eat that. I mean ick. Now in fairness, chili mac grosses me out.
Amy is heading off to a charity thing where she will speak for low income housing. She notes how she has become a good public speaker, it makes money, and she is starting to like it. She chides the kids for knowing nothing about being clean. Ironic, that.
She heads off to do tons of stuff in Florida. She goes to Habitat for Humanity. She notes her shyness is related to her size. She worries people sorta automatically look down on her. There’s fun where she does counters for the house. Honestly it’s a little too cutesy contrived for me but I get where they were going.
Amy heads to the golf tournament. She has never played golf. Ehh… I find golf dull but she seems to enjoy being the beginner. She seems to have fun. Good for her. I hate golf. Its a dull game to me.
Amy heads to a an emergency home for kids who need help. She seems at a loss at first but breaks the ice well over prom talk. She seems like a good, warm speaker to kids in trouble. On the other hand, I kinda get the vibe she has no idea what the kids have been through. It’s a bit weird.
Jeremy and Zach head to the bank to get their first checking accounts. Jeremy notes he has no idea what is happening and he has no idea and its “mumbojib”. He and Zach get debit cards which is scary when Jeremy notes he hasn’t ever actually balanced a real check book. Ok. I had a savings account when I was eight and a checking account when I was eleven. This isn’t that hard, and the two big boys… oh wait, realistically the two *children* were actually adults who both confessed they had NO IDEA what was happening as they engaged in a basic life skill that retarded people manage.
Now I know people are going howl…. But let me confess something. I work in the finance industry. I see stupid kids like Jer and Zach who’s parents don’t bother to teach them anything about money get cards every day and when the big boy adults SCREW UP because their parents never bothered teaching them a DAMN thing about managing money, who gets on the phone to bitch and moan? Not the big boys in their big boy panties, but Momma and Daddy and then I have to explain to Momma and Daddy how the Big Boy Babies are in fact ADULTS and have to pay their bills because they are not momma and daddy’s lil babies who are blameless any more. . Folks if you don’t want someone like Rap541 explaining to you in detail how dumb you made your adult children, explain to them how credit cards, debit cards, and checking accounts work. Because really, Jeremy and Zach have been set up to fail by both of their parents and its unpleasant watching the impending doom begin.
Amy heads to “Hannah’s House” which is for homeless pregnant girls and girls with babies. They seems pretty grateful to be there. Amy notes how her problems are a lot less and seems humble. She tries to reassure the young mothers that life is gonna get better. They all actually seem pretty confident
She heads back to the fundraiser- still not sure what this is for - I would be a little miffed if I was expecting advertising, just saying. Amy notes how she is awkward but this is for kids going to college! Still no idea what the name of the charity is.
She sorta yells at people to donate. She nicely plays on football rivalries… It seems to work.
Molly makes weird food. She needed to um… unfreeze it first…..Molly? You need a crockpot. It’s sooo easy in a crockpot, I wasn’t a good cook until I got the crockpot.
Amy does a keynote speech. She notes how proud everyone must be and voice overs how she likes giving back etc. They raised 18k which does seem like a lot. It’s nice to see Amy so self confident.
She heads off to a tat parlor. I think it’s a fake tat she gets, but who am I to know? It’s nice, a bit tribal which is an amusing choic , all things considered.
Amy has souvenirs to show the kids. And shows off her “tat”. The boys seems horrified at mom getting a tat. Then she *wipes* it off and the boys seems very very relieved. Aren’t these the same two who wanted DBU on their butts so they could willfully commit adultery?